'Presented with feelings of friendship and sincere admiration to Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Viceroy and Governor-General of India, by H.H. Rasulkhanji, Navab Junagadha. 1900', of the Bahauddin College at Junagadh, Gujarat, taken by the Solankee Studio, Rajkot, in c.1900. The college was established in the late 19th century and was the second college to be built in the Saurashtra region. It offered Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts and Law degrees and was affiliated to Bombay University. It is built in an Indo-Saracenic style characterised by the use of arches and domes. This orientalist style was often used for public buildings constructed in India during this period.